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50+ FREE Bullet Journal Printables

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Looking for free Bullet Journal printables? You’re in the right place!

I searched all over the internet to find the best and FREE Bullet Journal printables to use in your journal, featuring beautiful designs, helpful planning pages, and so much more.

You don’t have to be artistic or tech-savvy to enjoy these incredible resources – all it takes is a few clicks away.

Let’s get started and explore how using with these freebies can help take your organization game up one more level!

Using printables in your Bullet Journal can be very helpful. 

First of all, it’s a great time saver. Bullet Journal can save you a ton of time, BUT! you need to give it time as well. Even with minimalist spreads, it still takes some time and imagination.

If you don’t really have any time, using a printable can be amazing, just hit the button on your printer, and your spread is ready.

Secondly, printables are a great choice if you’re not quite comfortable yet with your creative skills but still want to have pretty Bullet Journal pages. There are so many artists that create printables that you can definitely find designs that speak to you.

Finally, using printables can help you with developing your own style. This can be your first little step. Just try to add a little bit of something to your printable spreads, your favorite colors, stickers, washi tapes, and what have you. 

Experimenting with printables is great because you’re not losing anything – if you don’t like one, just replace it with a different other. It’s good practice for perfectionists since, in this case, you won’t need to rip out the pages from your poor little journal.

In this post, I gathered some amazing and FREE printables you could find in our Resources Vault, but also all over the Bullet Journal world.

I know my style might not be for everybody, but I’m not bitter about it. That’s why on this list, I’m sure you’ll find something that fits you perfectly.

And be sure to scroll until the end to get links to some more posts with free printables, as well as more instructions on how to fit all those freebies to your Bullet Journal.

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How To Add Printables To Your Bullet Journal

Before we dive into the freebies, let me clarify a few things on how to add them to your Bullet Journal since this is probably the biggest concern when starting to use printables.

To start with, here are the supplies you need for using printables:

  • A printer. If you don’t have one, I recommend Epson EcoTank ET-2803.
  • High-quality paper. If you want to use some of your colored markers, you need smooth paper because otherwise, it will damage your pens. I recommend HP Premium Printer Paper.
  • Paper cutter. You can cut with scissors, but a paper cutter helps make it faster and more precise. Try out Fiskars Paper Cutter.
  • Adhesive tape. Finally, you’ll need something to add printables to your Bullet Journal. Tombow MONO Permanent Adhesive is the best I’ve ever tried.

To make them fit, all you need is to set A5 as a size when you actually print the page.

If you need some more step-by-step instructions with pictures and a video, be sure to check the end of this post for a link.

Masha Plans Free Bullet Journal Printables

Let’s start with the printables available in the Resources Vault. At the moment there are already 50+ free Bullet Journal printables for you to print and use right away.

Here are just a few ones you can find:

  • Yearly pages: key, goals spreads, level 10 life
  • Habit trackers: vertical habit tracker, circle habit tracker, mini habit trackers, unicorn habit tracker, Bullet Journal tracker
  • Mood and gratitude pages: back to school mood tracker, boba tea mood tracker, 30 and 31 day gratitude log, floral mood tracker, mandala mood tracker
  • Health and fitness pages: water tracker, workout tracker, weight loss tracker
  • Bullet Journal collections: book tracker, playlist, about me spread, my ideal day, tv tracker, birthday tracker, period tracker, yearly lunar calendar
  • Planning pages: weekly spreads, daily log, brain dump
  • Pages for school: study plan, study tracker, school calendar, course outline, semester overview

the list can go on and on and on, and I’m constantly adding new freebies out there.

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

Free Bullet Journal Printables

Finally, here are tons of different free printables you can use to start up your Bullet Journal adventures.

Here are the ones from other creators, because you might want something different from my own style, or just some printables that are not in the Resources Vault yet.

Yearly Bullet Journal Pages

Your journal starts from your yearly pages, so let’s see how we will start this.

Of course, a lot of basic pages are already in the Resources Vault, so I always recommend you start there.

Habit Trackers

Habit trackers are a great way to improve your life. It’s definitely a wonderful tool that I use all the time.

After all, the biggest changes come from small things we do every day, and a habit tracker will allow you to make these changes in no time.

Mood And Gratitude Trackers

Mood trackers and gratitude logs are amazing tools to build a happier life, and they are also very helpful for your self-care and mental health.

These pages will help you keep an eye on your moods as well as find something positive in your every day.

Health And Fitness Pages

Your Bullet Journal can definitely help you manage your health and fitness goals.

You can easily get started with these pages!

Finances

I couldn’t find that many printables in this category, but these are still great to maybe give you a jump start and some basic ideas.

Collections

Here are some fun pages you can add to your Bullet Journal.

These can be something serious like a cleaning tracker or something fun like a TV show tracker.

With these printables, you get to try some collections to decide which types are good for you and which ones you don’t really need.

And remember that a lot of these pages are already in the Resources Vault with my own design. So be sure to sign up for that as well.

Weekly Spreads

We all love and need different things from our Bullet Journal weekly spreads, so I gathered here lots of different ones for you to choose from.

It’s always great to see printables from different creators so you can try out different styles. But, of course, remember that there are also many weekly spread printables in the Resources vault.

Cover Pages

Looking for inspiration for your monthly Bullet Journal themes?

I got you covered with these free printables.

Miscellaneous 

  • Bullet Journal Cheat Sheet. This a super helpful page to help you start your Bullet Journal or maybe just set up a new notebook. Find it in the Resources Vault.
  • Decorative Elements by Gwennan Rees. Want an easier way to decorate your Bullet Journal? Try out these printables. They have banners, headers, dividers, and so much more. Just print them out and start adding them to your BuJo pages. Download it HERE.
  • Dot Grid Paper. Want to practice lettering? Or just cover up the page you completely screwed up? Or maybe you try to Bullet Journal in a binder? Printable dot grid paper will be a great solution; you can download it in the Resources Vault.

There are also many printable stickers in the Resources Vault; if you want to learn more about that, check my post Free Printable Bullet Journal Stickers.

More Free Bullet Journal Printables

This is a long list, but I’m always creating and looking for some more freebies for you.

And for some other printables, check out these posts:

I’d love to know your thoughts; what printables do you need? What would you like to see more in the Resources Vault?

Let me know in the comments.

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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be a Blob!

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